Section 9.4 3.) The probability that a part produced by a certain factory's assembly line will be defective is 0.025. Suppose a sample of 130 parts is taken. Find the following probabilities by using the normal curve approximation to the  binomial distribution. Use the table of areas under the standard normal curve given below   Click here to view page 1.  Click here to view page 2. Click here to view page 3 Click here to view page 4    Click page to view page 5 Click here to view page 6. The probability that exactly 6 parts will be defective is_____. (Round to four decimal places as needed)

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Section 9.4

3.) The probability that a part produced by a certain factory's assembly line will be defective is 0.025. Suppose a sample of 130 parts is taken. Find the following probabilities by using the normal curve approximation to the  binomial distribution.

Use the table of areas under the standard normal curve given below

 

Click here to view page 1.  Click here to view page 2. Click here to view page 3

Click here to view page 4    Click page to view page 5 Click here to view page 6.

The probability that exactly 6 parts will be defective is_____.

(Round to four decimal places as needed)

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